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. it also says that no dialogue on the denuclearization of the korean peninsula will be possible in the future. >>> but u.s. officials say some sort of dialogue has to happen on the korean peninsula before they engage in direct talks with the north. analysts say the north koreans are applying pressure to speed things along, but a senior american diplomat is urging them to first improve relations with the south. special representative for north korea policy glyn davies met in seoul with south korea's chief negotiator on the north's nuclear development. after the meeting he called on north korea not to engage in further provocations and to work on ties with the south. >> without sustained improvement in inter-korean relations, u.s./dprk ties cannot fundamentally improve. >> davies says the u.s. and south korea will consider imposing their own sanctions after carrying out the widened u.n. sanctions against the north over its rocket launch. he will be visiting china on friday and then will head to japan to coordinate policy on north korea. >>> all of the players in this high-stakes g
about? >> the term came from what was called the pueblo land when the san francisco peninsula was switched over from mexican ownership to american ownership. certain tracts were preserved, so there was a more orderly, even though it took decades, transfer of ownership of those lands, but there were also what were called pueblo lands, which were sort of a poem by the town, and then, there was a whole lot of discussion about what should happen to those -- which were sort of zero and -- sort of owned by the town. >> so was san francisco's bordered upon at the time, or did that happen later? >> san mateo county did not exist when they originally chartered it. i think there were 16 counties, and a few years later, they said they were too large, so they doubled back and created san mateo county. >> this is an early map of an area that might have been known as san francisco, but it did not have a defined southern boundary yet. >> the city i believe was up larkin street, and everything west was counties. i think larkin was here. that is the original charter. then in 1850, van ness, wh
on it. michigan is made up of two peninsulas, the lower and the upper, called the "u.p." >> in english, the michigan motto means "if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you." a peninsula is a body of land surrounded on three sides by water. and michigan has an extensive coastline. there are the four great lakes. they're michigan, huron, erie, and superior. >> and it's right there on the flag, the latin for "if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you." you'll also find lots of water. michigan has more coastline than any state but alaska. >> this is actually how the missionaries and the fur trappers that settled the land first got there. >> that's one of them on the shore in the center of the flag. although he's holding a gun, he's waving. a peaceful gesture, you might say. but then there's this word. >> tuebor means "i will defend" and dates back to 1835, when tensions rose so high between the neighboring states, michigan and ohio, that they almost went to war. >> there's more latin across the top. you'll recognize "e pluribus unum" -- one from many, a salute to the diversi
. the korean peninsula has been divided ever since and it has been difficult for most separated families to be in touch, but officials in the south have begun programs for those people to communicate through video letters. nhk world's anna jung reports. >> reporter: here a video letter is being taped to be sent to relatives in north korea. the families have been separated for about 60 years. this 92-year-old is originally from the north. 66 years ago she arrived in pusan with her husband. he had a job in the solvent city. soon after the move the korean peninsula was divided. she became separated from her sister. they have not seen each other since. >> translator: i dearly want to meet you, my younger sister. i can't forget the memory of you crying and screaming because we would be apart. i pray that north/south relations improve and that we can meet again as soon as possible. >> reporter: seong is cared for by her four children in seoul. realizing her remaining days are numbered, she recorded the video. seong was anxious to let her sister know just how badly she wants to see her, even fo
rafael at 37. patchy fog on the peninsula all the way down to san jose at 35. not much of a breeze out there. and now this afternoon, a few more high clouds than yesterday but still dry. 50's from north to south along the coast and mid-to-upper 50's in the bay and inland. >> light conditions this early thursday morning. and now the san mateo bridge the take lights headed westbound peninsula and san mateo and foster city with eastbound looking good at 13 to 14 minutes for a drive which is typical. san jose northbound 87, light conditions here moving toward 101 and high nine, in the santa cruz mountains a car hit a pole and emergency crews are on the scene. >> coming up on 5:02. the breaking news we have been following and we got a tweeted picture of a knife left at the scene of the home invasion robbery in san francisco. residents are held at gunpoint by intruders in the outer richmond district a few hours ago on 40th avenue. the gunman reportedly got away with electronics and there are no reports of injury. abc7 news reporter will be back with another live report in half an hour. >
. >> and metering lights are on with a minor delay and the early accident on the pens -- peninsula is all clear and all lanes are re-opened so that is >> live from the kgo broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, it is friday, january 18. thank you very much for starting your day with us. we will show you a lovely live picture checking out both sides of the bay. it is crystal clear. still cold in the morning but warmer days are coming. >> mike? >> thank you very much. we coming up on 6:30. live doppler 7 hd shows how dry it is again. there is enough moisture from the ground we have frost inland and pollution persists today in the north bay and to san francisco and the san mateo bridge on the if peninsula and south of there to the east bay not having as poor air quality but still under the burning ban. now the bay, we start off same as yesterday. 32 to 38. by launch, mid-50's and in the low-to-mid 50's for the afternoon and low 50's tonight at 7:00 so not so cool for friday evening as it has been the last couple of ensure. we have frost inland up to 37 through 7:00 and mid-to-upper 5
is widespread in 47-states. that does not include california. terisa estacio is on the peninsula, where kaiser permanente is awaiting thousands more vacination shots. >> reporter: at some kaiser permanente facilities in northern california there simply was not enough vaccines to meet demand. but that was last week. now, this week. the spot shortage is over. and help is on the way. this is doctor smith - an infectious disease expert for kaiser. >> we moved supplies around. to deal with issue. plus, the doctor says a large supply is on it's way. >> 30 thousand on the way. >> reporter: and that is a very good thing. especially for this reason. take a look at this graph on the doctor's computer screen. see how it shows an up tick right here. well, the doctor explains. this graph is showing them, concrete facts that the flu is definitely rising in number. with no signs of letting up. >> 10 15 20 keeps going. not epidemic yet. but certainly it is an issue we are dealing with. take a look at this graphic. it is concrete evidence that it is rising. >> 10 percent, up 15%. >> reporter: redwood city. te
to approve the resolution. >> and we believe that there's opportunity for all stakeholders of the peninsula, korean peninsula, to start a diplomatic track and to avoid escalation of tension. >> the north korean foreign ministry responded by suggesting another nuclear test. conduct they issued a statement saying they'll take measures to boost and strengthen their defensive military power, including nuclear deterrence. >>> israelis are counting the votes in their parliamentary election. prime minister benjamin netanyahu has already claimed victory. but exit polls suggest he'll be governing with a weaker mandate. the polls indicate that a right-wing bloc led by netanyahu's likud party will remain the largest camp in parliament. but it lost ground to an alliance of center-left parties. >> translator: thank you for giving me the chance to lead israel for the third time. our biggest challenge remains preventing iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. >> centrist party yesh atid is likely to become the second largest parliamentary force. the center-left labor party is projected to come third. the ul
prevented the peninsula from becoming reunited. i think it's important that they do not test. >> davies also used his visit -- the policy that the nuclear test would make harder to fulfil in her first month in office. in the past, north korea has tied such actions around important dates. it is worth noting that the inauguration and the birthday of kim jong il fall in february. harry fawcett, p'yongyang, south korea. >> hong lee has responded to north korea's announcement. >> maintaining peace and stability on the korean peninsula and effecting denuclearization is in the joint interest of all sides. the present situation on the korean peninsula is very complex and sensitive. we hope the relevant parties can remain calm and speak in a cautious and prudent way and not take any steps which may further inflame the situation. >> a senior fellow at the u.s. china institute at the university of southern california joins us. china is unlikely to take any action against ally and trade partner in north korea? >> the chinese have been urging south korea and the u.s. to talk to north korea for a long tim
everyone on board. >> the diehard giants fans who camped out overnight on the peninsula to look at the world series trophy in >> take a look at this dramatic video shot by a passenger on a plane headed for turkey. lightning struck the plight and it caught fire. terrifying situation. the pilot activated fire gear inside the engine and made an emergency landing. everyone on board the plane was just fine. happening right now in san francisco, officials announce a crackdown on restaurants that have pocketed fees meant to go do workers health care. under san francisco rules the restaurants can pass along a surcharge to diners and that money is supposed to be set aside for were low he medical coverage. a city investigation found that more than 50 restaurant owners were pocketing the money. the new plan requires restaurants to pay back the money to their workers. also happening now, giant fans on the peninsula, today is the chance to pose with the two world series trophies. >> i am absolutely excited about trophies. world series, percent amendments did it twice, and that is amazing. we
asia even more uncertain. kengo has spent years tracking developments on the peninsula. how likely will north korea go ahead with this nuclear test? >> gene, i think they will. unless the u.s., japan and south korea and ordinations take extra measures to persuade them to hold off. for example, if american diplomats offer direct talks. north korean authorities have so far carried out two nuclear tests. in both bases, those tests followed a u.n. security council resolution or presidential statement punishing them for missile launch. it's become something of a cycle. the north koreans launch a ballistic missile, the u.n. reacts, officials carry out a nuclear test. the same process seems to be under way again. >> what's behind north korea's intentions with -- in the face of so much international pressure? >> yes. i think the use of these launches and nuclear test to keep a level of control in the negotiations with the u.s. the ultimate goal is to have ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads. they think that will put them on a more even footing with the americans. it's like an insuranc
and you can see the traffic is still light at the toll plaza. if you are driving on the peninsula chp had been reporting black ice on 92 near 35. upper skyline. watch it in that area. could have melted. you just want to be extra careful through this area. let's go to steve. >>> all right, sal, thank you. kind of confusing. the freeze warning is canceled for most of the bay. some of the interior valleys will have some. it's still cold. there is enough of a breeze that is holding temperatures up. the overnight lows could be anywhere from 24-44. yesterday it was definitely colder. no doubt about it. tomorrow we might dip back in there with more 20s. there is more we'll and northerly breeze to keep things stirred up. it will be sunny today. offshore breeze san jose with a little easterly breeze. north breeze at travis. fairfield at 1 miles an hour. there are things that are holding up a little bit. there is still upper 20s. i know there is a few around. yesterday morning there were a lot more. it's about ten degrees warmer in parts of san francisco. that breeze has picked things up. that cold
minutes out of heyward, headed towards foster city and the peninsula. you can use mass transit, bart so far on time. all trains running according to schedule. let's go to the maps and elsewhere, northbound 101 approaching julian and mckee is still sluggish in the northbound lanes. here is a live look at the milpitas commute, 880 free and clear. that's a check of your timesaver traffic. for more on your rainy weather headed our way, here is lawrence with the latest on that. >>> it's been so nice for so long, the mid-season dry spell, but now things are about to change. the clouds are gathering along the coastline, we've got high clouds moving overhead, it should stay dry for today but after that things begin to change. we'll see more clouds streaming in our direction. still throughout the day, freezing start in some valleys early on by the afternoon, hazy sunshine, temperatures are cooler today but then the storm clouds begin to gather. for tomorrow at least a chance of some rain. outside it's still a bit cold, freezing. concord 32, 42 degrees
everyone else is okay until you get along the peninsula coast. that is where we see the better radar returns to the south. as they move to the southeast they have a best chance of dropping showers along the coast. least likely as you head inland. all of us, though, even with sunshine, stuck in the mid-40's to low 50's for highs. >> the hot spot, literally is castro valley with a car fire westbound 580. you can see app shows 46 minutes ago paul reported on this accident with a car fully engulfed. the damage is done, westbound 580 is jam packed to the 680/580 dublin interchange. that is very slow. coming from the central valley it is slow. a new accident at the interchange at 580 northbound 680 blocking a lane of traffic. slow and over the altamont pass and it slows over the dublin westbound. san jose northbound 101 at story road an accident reported in lane here and slow traffic behind the scene there and san rafael, south 101 is moving nicely and no problems or delays moving to central san rafael. it is fog free and light traffic. for the ipad or iphone the wave app is free fro
. a quick check commute shows light traffic for the south bay peninsula and north bay. we're picking up fog of the san mateo bridge and there is a eight fog abies refer the dumbarton bridge. it is already heavy for the all to my and i wait for their antioch. >> news story for you this morning assembly, nancy skinner is announcing legislation today to regulate ammunition sales and ban high-capacity magazines and california. will tran is live in oakland with this and he says it is far too easy to get their hands on as ammunition. >> that's right she says it is too easy and it is more difficult to get cold medicine. they will ask for your identification and take down your information. she says for gun sales, that is just not there and it is not right. we are in for the oakland police apartment because obviously they have been fighting crime for a long time. they have done buybacks and deals going on. this definitely pertains to oakland and that is why oakland's mayor will be at the news conference. here are some blood points from assembly that she is wanting to introduce. she wants to make sur
backup. it is sluggish. we have a new report of an accident on the peninsula. we will check that and the rest of the tuesday morning commute ÑsÑs, gs customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmm, tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? >> live from the kgo broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good tuesday morning at 6:29. we will look outside, the sun is not out yet, but it will be a warmer morning but a cooler afternoon. and mike nicco will fill you in on showers coming our way. there is a lot of interesting stuff going on. >> i have been assured by mike nicco that the sun will rise in the east. here is the forecast. >> good odds on that. that is a better forecast. good morning, everyone, live doppler 7 hd is dry right now with
. here is sal. >>> steve, we have a problem on the peninsula i will get to in a moment. on the golden gate bridge the traffic does look good heading south. i want to show you the maps here if i can. there is a big problem on the peninsula southbound 280 at wood side road. car and several deer on the road collided. injury crash. and now the freeway is almost entirely blocked. you can take 101 as your alternative. we will have more on this coming up in a few. let's go back to the desk. >>> last night firefighters in hayward discovered an unresponsive woman after an apartment house caught fire. apartment fire. alex savidge is there. >> reporter: good morning. this woman hospitalized right now is what we understand. we are working right now to get more information from the hayward fire department on her exact condition. this was an elderly woman. she was pulled out of her second story apartment here. this is the second story unit we are showing you right now. last night. the woman suffered burns and smoke inhalation. this fire broke out just about 9:30 last night. crews on scene tell us i
on the way to the rosier deck. and this morning on the peninsula looks pretty good if you are driving on the san mateo bridges a nice drive. 6:09 let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you sir. a cold morning out there. patchy or two of fog to the south. santa rosa 27. napa airport 29. concord 29 degrees. there is a lot of low 30s. few 40s closer to the bay. sonoma outside the square 27. yountville and knapp ma closer to town -- and napa closer to town. lafayette, alamo, pleasant hill. one below up in tahoe. i think truckee is four below. 26 ukiah. 29 sacramento. it's cold. northern california all all the way down to southern california as well. another system approaching but it's just absolutely falling apart. it doesn't have the jet stream nit favor. part of the jet stream goes south. part goes north and we are left between. as you can see in the cloud and rain forecast the system runs into a wall of high pressure. we will get higher clouds out of it. that is about the end result. otherwise it simply can't do much. we had the jet stream right over us for the longest time. parts north and
for the people in northwest. across the bigger here in continental asia we'll watch the peninsula, china and mongolia looking dry. they have a low pressure system moving across north eastern china and really cool air. temperatures will be dipping down here across the korean peninsula. thunder showers will be on southern philippines. tokyo we have the strong winds remaining. a lot cooler than the actual temperatures. here in seoul two degrees but on thursday dipping down to minus 2. across north america this cold front stretches all the way down into the deep south. this is where we have flash flood warnings, flood warnings in the lower mississippi valley. ice warnings are in place. we don't usually hear ice accumulations make traveling really dangerous or impossible. if you must travel bring flashlight, food and keep water in your vehicle. it's a roller coaster ride. with the temperatures across the denv denver, chicago, all these areas where we seen mid teens last week. chicago is back to their norm. houston down to just six. here across the mediterranean in europe thunderstorms, gusts
forward to working with all of you. >> thank you. mr. yee, saving the best for last, the peninsula corridor joint power boards that owns and operates caltrains unanimously elected our beloved chairman tom nolan as their vice-chair. many of you may not know that chairman nolan was the founding chairman of the joint powers board and was instrumental in the acquisition of caltrain. >> thank you very much. i like to win an election every week. i'm not sure what is out there next week. must be something. [ laughter ] >> thank you. the train is just such an important part of the entire peninsula, and it's growing in popularity all the time. over 50,000 people a day are riding it now. when we first started there were about 16,000 and it was just hanging by a thread. it's doing extremely well and the hope is to take it to downtown san francisco and electrification is underway. i would like to get back to one thing you said, mr. yee, i think almost had an opportunity on december 28th to go to the divisions. and i went to woods and i know others went different places. i learned some things
. and the san mateo condition, tail lights headed to the peninsula and foster city area eastbound driving into haywood and the plaza is looking good. katie? >> thank you. flooding put a peninsula community in danger. the city leaders are looking for emergency help. >> back from the brink of the fiscal cliff and hidden benefits that the bill could bring if commuters but first, tech bytes. >> new laws make it illegal for some to request facebook passwords. california and illinois have banned companies from asking employees for their social networking log in. michigan, new jersey, maryland and delaware have similar laws. apple has a "fix" for devices, the do not disturb feature which resumes normal operation on january 7 so you can turn it on or off manually. and there will be an end to spy cam photos that will have to be held still before they can snap a picture. >> and there is buzz on a new line of tv's from samsung with unprecedented shape and design leading to speculation it could be vertical and alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus
into the he spree on -- levee not far frm the peninsula. and now live to the airport. >> the breaking news is happening right here at the airport on the peninsula. as our camera zooms in there is a plane partly in san francisco bay. that is the tail section gleaming in the sun. we can also see from sky 7, we can see the plane overshot the runway and landed nose gear in the water. it is the nose gear at the intersection of what is called the smith slew in the bay. the f.a.a. is sending an investigator to find out what happened. there were two people on board, both of those people are safe. we have been here and the ambulance came and left. they did not require treatment. so they got out okay. we have checked the records of the tail number and found the aircraft, a single engine colombia aircraft is registered to a private owner in scottsdal, arizona. now we will pull back and see more of the scene here. we have had responses from the fire and of course from other emergency agencies and we will try to track down the owners and see if they are able to talk to us. we are live in san carlos for
now. this rain moving from south to north. so this well -- will be edging up the peninsula in the next 20-30 minutes. so reason overnight. a lot of cold air that's going to sneak in here behind the cold front. so we'll put in a chance, a possibility of maybe a little isolated thunder off and on tonight. morning showers for sunday, and then we'll start to clear out, dry things up the first part of next week. here's a look at the actual storm system. clear sky this morning, and then this cold front just really started to race in. the leading edge, right about here. we also have the area of low pressure behind it, and this is going to sneak in here overnight and going to bring us the cold air leading to just a slight chance of a few isolated thunderstorms. so rain definitely overnight. could be heavy at times. here's a look at the timing. 5:00 this evening you can see a pretty good shot of rain moving over the bay area. this is 9:00. one band moves towards the sierra. by 2:00 a.m., we'll see another shot of moisture moving in. snow levels down to 4,000 feet so higher peaks could see a lig
. the peninsula side is looking good. we have a dense fog advisory for the dumbarton bridge. and north 101 road work in the left lane until 5:00. the on-ramp of southbound 101 is closed until 2:00 and the right lane because of road work and here is the fog advisory for both directions of the dumbarton bridge. that is until at least 9:00 this only when the fog lifts. take care out there. >> our time is 4:39. a car crash is a water rescue in the south bay. next, the desperate efforts to save a driver from the submerged vehicle. >> goodbye, free meter parking on sunday in san francisco. the reaction on day one of a major shift in the city's parking rules. >> first, the tech bytes. >> in tech bides the annual consumer electronic show opens this week in las vegas and it could be the year of the fal let, with samsung note on the market and self more companies are expected to announce a fab let at the show. readers can see more visuals. the word of the year is "hash tag." that was picked over fiscal cliff and 47 percent. the only text on the cover of newsweek was "hash tag." >> san mateo and all the b
report. >> we will see if we will get enough rain to warrant all that activity on the peninsula. mike? >> great question. it is very, very light scattered showers less than .1". but the snow level dropped down to 1,500 to 2,000 feet so if a storm dumped in the higher elevation we could get a dusting. right now, three quarter mile visibility in santa rosa and napa and quarter-mile visibility in concord. temperatures are in the upper 30's to low 40's, with mid-to-upper 40's around fremont and oakland and san francisco and half moon bay and san rafael at 44. foggy through the morning. upper 30's to mid-40's where we will bottom out at 7:00. we will hang around in the upper 40's at noon and low-to-mid 50's headed into the afternoon and from 4:00 on we will have our best chance of scattered showers. another chance tomorrow but it will be lesser of a chance and better chance over the ocean than anything developing tomorrow just cool in upper 40's to low 50's. friday and saturday, it will be frosty with a slight shower on saturday afternoon. >> we have a live shot at the bay bridge toll plaz
. that will be picked up at 6:00. northbound 101 on the peninsula between 380 and south san francisco, you are down to one lane until 7:00 this morning. kristen and eric? >> police have cracked a decades old murder with d.n.a. >> and now, "i do" turns into hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! >> san rafael, south bay, pleasanton and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, 4:43 on tuesday morning, a "spare the air" day for the bay area. the embarcardero in san francisco, ferry building, gorgeous and not so foggy as the past couple of mornings. we will check in with our meteorologist for the forecast today and the morning commute is coming up. >> the only suspect arrested in the deadly
before the first flight. >>> happening now a group of voters remains at a peninsula marina despite eviction orders. 144 boaters had called the marina home. the marina's owner has given seven tenants additional time to leave. >> me and my husband go we don't have a place place to go to yet. he has 20 years worth of stuff. storage, a shop, and friends and family. >> people are no longer have a valid lease to be here. pete's harbor will be closed as we know it. >> marina owners are selling to the area to developers who will build a 411 unit apartment complex with private boat slips. >>> this morning president obama will unvail his religions for re-- unvail his recommendation for gun violence. recent polls show most americans want stricter gun control laws but republicans will fight against gun control. >> this is a very important constitutional right. we are dedicated to protecting the second amendment from that stand point. >> president obama will announce his proposal to reduce gun violence at the white house this morning. he will be joined by children who wrote to them about gun vi
through the region. that is surging in warm air across the iberian peninsula. remaining chilly and eventually working its way toward the east. warming up. warming up. on the other side of the jet, deep trough pulling in cold air from the north. making things very unstable across italy over toward greece. about five to ten centimeters of snow away from the coastline is ended. italy near the coastline, around rome, you will see some thunderstorm activity, even into southern italy and off there toward greece. so widespread, rough weather will be persisting throughout the next several days, as these systems continue to run along. at least a little bit of a break in the iberian peninsula. once the next system comes in will bring in even more rainshowers. so one thing you have to look forward to, a little bit of a warmup in london and paris, now hovering at the freezing mark on your thursday. here is a look at your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back in 30 minutes with more news. i'm gene otani in tokyo. \s
tantillo takes to us a peninsula restaurant and shares a secret behind one of their most beloved dishes. restaurant on the peninsular fresh grocer tony tantillo explains why you wan >>> today the secret behind a classic combo from a french restaurant on the peninsula. our fresh grocer tony tantillo explains why you want to go easy on the salt when steaming mussels. >> reporter: well, today for tony's table santa cruz avenue in menlo park at left bank. what do we go first? >> so we start with a warm saute pan. it gets hot. add oil to the pan. it starts to smoke a bit. saute the shallot and come back with the mussels. it will start to pop a bit which you don't want to be worried about. just get that started, move that around a bit. >> as soon as they open, hit it with herb butter and spin it around keep the butter emulsified and get that flavor in there. >> natural salt in the ocean from the mussels. >> correct. >> so you don't want to oversalt it. >> a little bit of pepper. >> we are going to add fresh bloomsdale spinach at the end. take a little spinach over the top with that. come ba
. otherwise just about freezing around the peninsula. you see these red highlighted areas, that's where there is a freeze warning that goes into effect in a matter of hours from now, 2 a.m. tomorrow morning to 8 a.m. when many of you are heading out the door for your morning rush. the blue area is the frost advisory which encompasses most of the bay area. we'll talk about the cold snap and the number of days it should linger. >> we'll see new a minute. >>> southern california also getting a blast of the cold this evening. that's interstate 5 over the grapevine chosed tonight because of snow and ice, traffic backed up for miles. people stuck in it. and we're hearing they're getting lightning down there as well. the grapevine expected to be closed all night long. >>> wine country is also experiencing the cold. weather anything but typical for our area. how are people coping. >> reporter: a lot of people told me they had no desire to come out here. it is going to be colder than usual. we're talking high 20s and enough to keep people completely off the streets. it is freezing out here. in l
peninsula. japan, more sea-effect snow. maybe another 40 centimeters. down toward the south of the philippines, getting hit hard. another round of heavy rain into wednesday that could cause flooding issues. temperature wise, zero for the high in beijing. minus 5 in seoul. staying on the warmer side in tokyo, and down in bangkok, beach weather. 33 degrees, hot and sunny. on into the americas and the pacific northwest and canada dealing with a stronger round of storms coming in. this one is going to be spreading snow inland, but heavy rain at the coast could cause minor flooding. experiencing gusts in bursts and could reach up to 100 kilometers per hour. enough to down electricity poles and power outages locally. down toward the gulf of mexico, a low has been developing here and it will spread widespread heavy rain across the south. 50 millimeters is going to be the normal. up to 150 in some places and that does spell flash flooding. concern for that there. severe weather in eastern texas will be spilling down over to the northeastern quarter of portion of mexico. you could se
. 29 in santa rosa. temperatures around the south bay mid 30's san jose. pal palt peninsula. 36 oakland 38 and 42 degrees in san francisco. but far cry from the 26 degree readings whether he this morning so here's a lack at the cold front that has pretty much fizzled and we got few high cloud out of it earlier today that filtered the sun. next system not expected to fizzle so rain lakely this weekend as early as saturday afternoon. morning plans are fine. you see the timing of it all. 11:00 a.m. clouds. 1:00 o'clock the rain line begins to coast moves into the north bay and then wide spread late rainfall possibly moderate 6:00 p.m. saturday evening. showers will follow and as we head into sunday another we have of moisture comes in. starting at 10:00 a.m. it's approaching that the north bay and then starts to spread 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. if he saiding on the plans take place could be on the wet side. one last push of enjoying the snow before heading back to work or going back to school lick tahoe freezing fog in the morning, cold here 1 degree tomorrow morni
and for the peninsula. temperatures in the 20's and 30's. just how cold it is going to be in your neighborhood >> catherine: a man drowns near point reyes.after trying to save his dog when it was swept out to sea. >>> and it's been four years since oscar grant was shot and killed by a bart officer in oakland. how grant is being remembered. >> catherine: the body of a man swept out to sea off point reyes was found today. this is video from sky 7 h- d rescuers were called in after a man, woman and dog the story. >> reporter: just after noon on new years day, the coast guard received reports that a man and woman walking a dog along pt. reyes beach had been caught by what was described as a rouge wave. the woman and the dog were able to swim ashore with the help of people who saw what happene, but the man was swept to sea. the coast guard and the california highway patrol launched a rescue effort and searched for several hours. but arounnd 4pm, they found his body adrift in he's described as a 59 year old male and his identity has not yet been released. the woman was examined by paramedics, but un
the check from the bridge where it is light and eastbound is like traffic. and peninsula. >> thank you. >>> shots are fired at 2 separate incidents and the celebrating the new year. and ten people arrested in the area for public intoxication. let's go to jacky. >> reporter: good morning to you. things are more quiet down here and right now. and as opposed to last night thousands of people down here in the area. as you said some violence did break out. let's take a look from 2 shootings. this is from sky 7 hd the first at 10:30 last night in the fisherman's wharf area and jefferson and mason. that person is expected to be okay. what we're being told is that there are no suspects in custody. the second was near pier 23 around 11:30. there are two separate incidents. both of those injuries are non- life threatening. as you talked about there have been 10 arrests at least 10 for public intoxication here along the embarcadero. you know there were thousands and thousands of people bringing in the new year here. the totals will go up. we're six hours after midnight. it is hard to see what hap
says there is black ice on the peninsula. >> that is right. the police and chp are saying there is black ice on the -- i want to draw a circle here of where they have reported that black ice. just general area here. speeds are down. just be careful if you drive on 92. let's say coming from half-moon bay over to the other side of the hill. or the way around. black ice reported. chp is aware of it. be careful. it's hard to see. obviously they call it black ice because it blends in with the pavement. don't hit your breaks suddenly. if you have to come to a stop ease up on the accelerator. moving along taking a look at the westbound bay bridge the traffic looks good. and if you are driving in san francisco northbound 101 coming up to the 80 split the traffic here looks good. 4:45 let's go to the -- let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. >>> we have clear skies. frost and freeze warning. temperatures are definitely higher today. they will drop off again tomorrow. sunday was the coldest but i mean it's very mild air up into alaska. rim of high pressure is building in along the we
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